|The theory of inference - Hughes, Henry|
Includes bibliographical references
|Inference - Reference|
Inference - Reference
Keywords: Inference - Reference
|On inference and transient response for M/G/1 models - Gaver, Donald Paul.Jacobs, Patricia A.|
Title from cover
Keywords: STATISTICAL INFERENCE
|Inference rules for unsatisfiability (Volume Report (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Computer Science) no.955) - Plaisted, David A|
Keywords: Propositional calculus; Polynomials; Inference
|Logic & Reasoning Propositions Implied Negative Conditionals - Autif Kamal|
Autif Kamal talks about how to identify the absence of causes based on the absence of an effect.
Keywords: Propositions; Conditional; Implication; Inference; Cause
|Logic & Reasoning Propositions Negative Assumptions - Autif Kamal|
Autif Kamal talks about the implications one may infer about factors or causes that are lacking. That inference is what negative assumptions are.
Keywords: Inference; Assumptions; Negative; Causes; Lacking
|"A statistical method for evaluating systematic relationships" (Volume v.38:pt.2 (1958)) - Sokal R and Michener C|
Keywords: UPGMA; statistical inference; taxonomy; unbiased
|Learning by inductive inference (Volume Report (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Computer Science) no. 671) - Michalski, Ryszard Stanisaw, 1937-|
Keywords: Learning, Psychology of; Reasoning; Inference
|Inference on counterfactual distributions - Chernozhukov, Victor|
"August 8, 2008. Revised: April 4, 2009."
Keywords: Regression analysis; Inference; Counterfactuals (Logic)
|Inference on counterfactual distributions - Chernozhukov, Victor|
"August 8, 2008."
Keywords: Regression analysis; Inference; Counterfactuals (Logic)
|A Critique of Middle-Range Theory in Archaeology - Christopher D. Pierce|
For the past decade, several archaeologists have advocated the development of middle-range theory as a way to give objective meaning to the archaeological record (e.g., Bettinger 1987; Binford 1977, 1983b; Thomas 1983, 1989; Torrence 1986). They argue that we must translate the static archaeological record into behaviorally dynamic terms by documenting causal linkages between relevant behaviors and their static material by-products...
Keywords: Archaeology; Middle-Range Theory; Inference
|Remarks on the Status of Inference in the Area of Knowledge Representation - Christopher Habel|
The concept of inference is one of the global concepts used for the explanation of cognitive processes. There exist mainly two types of characterisation: the logical and the psychological. These different characterisations are based on the difference between inference and rule of inference. Information processing systems can be formalised as inferential systems, i.e. systems with inferential processes...
Keywords: proposition; logical form; inference; time restriction
|Logic & Reasoning Propositions Subaltern - Autif Kamal|
This Logic & Reasoning workshop is about the inferences which can and cannot be made between propositions which have the same quality, but different quantity. If you know how to identify a subaltern relationship, you will be more aware of how to not make over-generalizations. Originally Aired: 11/16/12
Keywords: Proposition; Subaltern; Quantity; Quality; Inference; Generalization
|An On-Line Technology Information System (OTIS) for Advanced Life Support - Levri, Julie A.|
An On-line Technology Information System (OTIS) is currently being developed for the Advanced Life Support (ALS) Program. This paper describes the preliminary development of OTIS, which is a system designed to provide centralized collection and organization of technology information. The lack of thorough, reliable and easily understood technology information is a major obstacle in effective assessment of technology development progress, trade studies, metric calculations, and technology selectio...
Keywords: SOFIA (AIRBORNE OBSERVATORY); SCHEDULES; FLIGHT PLANS; COMPUTATION; COSTS; INFERENCE
|Airport Pricing Strategies - Pels, Eric|
Conventional economic wisdom suggests that congestion pricing would be an appropriate response to cope with the growing congestion levels currently experienced at many airports. Several characteristics of aviation markets, however, may make naive congestion prices equal to the value of marginal travel delays a non-optimal response. This paper has developed a model of airport pricing that captures a number of these features...
Keywords: WORLD WIDE WEB; SEMANTICS; INFERENCE; LANGUAGES; ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
|Performance Assessment of a Large Scale Pulsejet- Driven Ejector System - Paxson, Daniel E.|
Unsteady thrust augmentation was measured on a large scale driver/ejector system. A 72 in. long, 6.5 in. diameter, 100 lb(sub f) pulsejet was tested with a series of straight, cylindrical ejectors of varying length, and diameter. A tapered ejector configuration of varying length was also tested. The objectives of the testing were to determine the dimensions of the ejectors which maximize thrust augmentation, and to compare the dimensions and augmentation levels so obtained with those of other, s...
Keywords: BRAIN; BAYES THEOREM; NEUROPHYSIOLOGY; NEUROLOGY; MENTAL PERFORMANCE; VARIABILITY; TASKS; INFERENCE
|Modified Mode-I Cracked Sandwich Beam (CSB) Fracture Test - Smith, S. A.|
Five composite sandwich panels were fabricated using vacuum assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM). Four of these panels had E-glass/vinylester facesheets and one had carbon/epoxy facesheets. The sandwich panels had different density PVC foam cores. The four E-glass panels had core densities of 80, 100, 130, 200 kg/cu m. The sandwich with carbon/epoxy 3 facesheets had a core with density of 100 kg/cu m...
Keywords: CLASSIFICATIONS; KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION; LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING; SYNCHRONOUS METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE; AUGMENTATION; INFERENCE
|System availability : time dependence and statistical inference by (semi)non-parametric methods - Gaver, Donald Paul.Jacobs, Patricia A.|
Keywords: AVAILABILITY.LAPLACE TRANSFORMATION.NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS.STATISTICAL INFERENCE.TIME DEPENDENCE
|Image Information Mining Utilizing Hierarchical Segmentation - Tilton, James C.|
The Hierarchical Segmentation (HSEG) algorithm is an approach for producing high quality, hierarchically related image segmentations. The VisiMine image information mining system utilizes clustering and segmentation algorithms for reducing visual information in multispectral images to a manageable size. The project discussed herein seeks to enhance the VisiMine system through incorporating hierarchical segmentations from HSEG into the VisiMine system.
Keywords: MATHEMATICAL LOGIC; OPTIMIZATION; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; GRAPH THEORY; INFERENCE; AXIOMS
|Rapid Response with USDA Forest Service: Use of NASA EOS Data to Improve Federal Response to wildfire - NON|
Goal: 1) to meet science and applications user needs with respect to rapid access to MODIS data especially as related to wildfire management 2) to provide enhanced public outreach for EOS and some of the unique capabilities of MODIS Approach: 1) to develop a flexible, streamlined and rapid MODIS processing and distribution (data access) system with global coverage and value added products to augment the MODIS Standard Products 2) reuse of software, hardware and expertise (esp...
Keywords: CODERS; CERTIFICATION; PROVING; INFERENCE; DOMAINS; ALGORITHMS; SAFETY; CUTTING
|Stray Light Analysis - NON|
Based on a Small Business Innovation Research contract from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, TracePro is state-of-the-art interactive software created by Lambda Research Corporation to detect stray light in optical systems. An image can be ruined by incidental light in an optical system. To maintain image excellence from an optical system, stray light must be detected and eliminated. TracePro accounts for absorption, specular reflection and refraction, scattering and aperture diffraction of light...
Keywords: BOOLEAN ALGEBRA; LATTICES (MATHEMATICS); PROBABILITY THEORY; LOGIC; ENTROPY; SYMMETRY; INFERENCE; FORMALISM
|The Statistics of Visual Representation - Jobson, Daniel J.|
The experience of retinex image processing has prompted us to reconsider fundamental aspects of imaging and image processing. Foremost is the idea that a good visual representation requires a non-linear transformation of the recorded (approximately linear) image data. Further, this transformation appears to converge on a specific distribution. Here we investigate the connection between numerical and visual phenomena...
Keywords: PROPULSION; FAILURE MODES; MATHEMATICAL LOGIC; DATA STRUCTURES; DIAGNOSIS; AUGMENTATION; INFERENCE; HEALTH
|New Orleans drinking water project: Summary of first year effort and conclusion - Wolverton, B. C.|
In 1983, the state of Louisiana's Office of Public Works requested assistance from NASA to develop an efficient, cost effective system for removing trace levels of toxic and undesirable chemicals from Mississippi River water at New Orleans prior to final processing of the water for potable use. The subsequent agreement reached provided for NASA to perform consulting services to the state as well as basic research necessary to design and operate a biological treatment system...
Keywords: CONTROL SYSTEMS DESIGN; FUZZY SYSTEMS; LOGIC DESIGN; RAIL TRANSPORTATION; CONTROLLERS; INFERENCE
|Probabilistic Evaluation of Blade Impact Damage - Chamis, C. C.|
The response to high velocity impact of a composite blade is probabilistically evaluated. The evaluation is focused on quantifying probabilistically the effects of uncertainties (scatter) in the variables that describe the impact, the blade make-up (geometry and material), the blade response (displacements, strains, stresses, frequencies), the blade residual strength after impact, and the blade damage tolerance...
Keywords: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS; KNOWLEDGE; FUNCTIONS (MATHEMATICS); HYPOTHESES; INFERENCE; BIOASSAY; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; ALGORITHMS; APPLICATIONS PROGRAMS (COMPUTERS); COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
|MPD work at MIT - Martinez-Sanchez, Manue|
MPD work at MIT is presented in the form of the view-graphs. The following subject areas are covered: the MIT program, its goals, achievements, and roadblocks; quasi one-dimensional modeling; two-dimensional modeling - transport effects and Hall effect; microscopic instabilities in MPD flows and modified two stream instability; electrothermal stability theory; separation of onset and anode depletion; exit plane spectroscopic measurements; phenomena of onset as performance limiter; explanations o...
Keywords: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE; INFORMATION SYSTEMS; KNOWLEDGE BASES (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE); LEARNING; DATA STORAGE; FUZZY SYSTEMS; INFERENCE; KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION
|Towards a Comprehensive Computational Simulation System for Turbomachinery - Shih, Ming-Hsi|
The objective of this work is to develop algorithms associated with a comprehensive computational simulation system for turbomachinery flow fields. This development is accomplished in a modular fashion. These modules includes grid generation, visualization, network, simulation, toolbox, and flow modules. An interactive grid generation module is customized to facilitate the grid generation process associated with complicated turbomachinery configurations...
Keywords: OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING; LIBRARIES; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; TASKS; INFERENCE; INDUSTRIES; HYPOTHESES; FRAGMENTS; ABSTRACTS
|Integrated Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit-A (AMSU-A). Performance Verification Report: METSAT AMSU-A1 Receiver Assembly, P/Ns 135409-1 and 135429-1, S/N 105 - NON|
This test report presents the test data of the METSAT AMSU-A1 (Meteorological Satellite Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit) Flight Model No.2 (FM-2) receiver subsystem. The tests are performed per the Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) for the AMSU-A Receiver Subsystem, AE-26002/6A.
Keywords: EXPERIMENT DESIGN; Q FACTORS; SYSTEMATIC ERRORS; DATA ACQUISITION; RISK; INFERENCE; INDEPENDENT VARIABLES; COSTS
|The Loyal Opposition Comments on Plan Domain Description Languages - Frank, Jeremy|
In this paper we take a critical look at PDDL 2.1 as designers and users of plan domain description languages. We describe planning domains that have features which are hard to model using PDDL 2.1. We then offer some suggestions on domain description language design, and describe how these suggestions make modeling our chosen domains easier.
Keywords: ELECTRONIC MAIL; LINGUISTICS; NATURAL LANGUAGE (COMPUTERS); INFERENCE; EXTRACTION; MESSAGES; HEURISTIC METHODS
|The effect of on/off indicator design on state confusion, preference, and response time performance, executive summary - Donner, Kimberly A.|
Investigated are five designs of software-based ON/OFF indicators in a hypothetical Space Station Power System monitoring task. The hardware equivalent of the indicators used in the present study is the traditional indicator light that illuminates an ON label or an OFF label. Coding methods used to represent the active state were reverse video, color, frame, check, or reverse video with check. Display background color was also varied...
Keywords: ADA (PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE); COMPUTER NETWORKS; COMPUTER PROGRAMS; EXPERT SYSTEMS; INFORMATION MANAGEMENT; C (PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE); INFERENCE; SPACE STATION FREEDOM
|Adhesion, friction and micromechanical properties of ceramics - Miyoshi, Kazuhis|
The adhesion, friction, and micromechanical properties of ceramics, both in monolithic and coating form, are reviewed. Ceramics are examined in contact with themselves, other harder materials, and metals. For the simplicity of discussion, the tribological properties of concern in the processes are separated into two parts. The first part discusses the pull-off force (adhesion) and the shear force required to break the interfacial junctions between contacting surfaces...
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE (COMPUTERS); PROBLEM SOLVING; DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING; EXPERT SYSTEMS; PARALLEL PROCESSING (COMPUTERS); SPACECRAFT CONTROL; VERY LARGE SCALE INTEGRATION; INFERENCE; KNOWLEDGE; MONITORS
|The Telecommunications and Data Acquisition Report - NON|
Archival reports on developments in programs managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Office of Telecommunications and Data Acquisition are provided. Space communications, radio navigation, radio science, and ground based radio and radio astronomy are discussed. Deep Space Network projects are also discussed.
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE (COMPUTERS); MEMORY (COMPUTERS); PREDICTIONS; SHAPES; DATA BASES; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; MOBILITY; RECOGNITION; ROVING VEHICLES; TERRAIN; AUTONOMY; INFERENCE
|A Rocket Powered Single-Stage-to-Orbit Launch Vehicle With U.S. and Soviet Engineers - MacConochie, Ian O.|
A single-stage-to-orbit launch vehicle is used to assess the applicability of Soviet Energia high-pressure-hydrocarbon engine to advanced U.S. manned space transportation systems. Two of the Soviet engines are used with three Space Shuttle Main Engines. When applied to a baseline vehicle that utilized advanced hydrocarbon engines, the higher weight of the Soviet engines resulted in a 20 percent loss of payload capability and necessitated a change in the crew compartment size and location from mi...
Keywords: BAYES THEOREM; STEREOSCOPIC VISION; SHAPES; ITERATION; PARAMETERIZATION; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; TOPOLOGY; PROBABILITY THEORY; GEOPOTENTIAL HEIGHT; INFERENCE; LAPLACE EQUATION; ALGORITHMS
|SSF growth concepts and configurations - Cirillo, William M|
There are three primary objectives for the Space Station Freedom (SSF) Growth concepts and configuration study task. The first objective is the development of evolutionary SSF concept consistent with user requirements and program constraints. The second primary objective is to ensure the feasibility of the proposed SSF evolution concepts as the systems level. This includes an assessment of SSF evolution flight control analysis, logistics assessment, maintainability, and operational consideration...
Keywords: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE; SEMANTICS; DATA STRUCTURES; EXPERT SYSTEMS; KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION; MESSAGE PROCESSING; OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING; APPLICATIONS PROGRAMS (COMPUTERS); C (PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE); INFERENCE
|The ogive as a RCS compact range standard - Dominek, A.|
E- and H-plane radar cross section (RCS) patterns at 4 and 10 GHz are provided (based upon moment method calculations) for a perfectly conducting ogive to be used as a compact range verification standard. The dimensions of the ogive are 36 in. and 9.546 in. long with half tip angles of 15 deg and 20 deg, respectively. Comparison between the calculations and measurements are also provided.
Keywords: CONTROL SYSTEMS DESIGN; KNOWLEDGE BASES (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE); LISP (PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE); REDUNDANCY; CONTROLLERS; EXPERT SYSTEMS; MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS; ON-LINE SYSTEMS; REAL TIME OPERATION; RELIABILITY; HEURISTIC METHODS; INFERENCE
|A study of the formation and dynamics of the Earth's plasma sheet using ion composition data - Lennartsson, O. W|
Over two years of data from the Lockheed Plasma Composition Experiment on the ISEE 1 spacecraft, covering ion energies between 100 eV/e and about 16 keV/e, have been analyzed in an attempt to extract new information about three geophysical issues: (1) solar wind penetration of the Earth's magnetic tail; (2) relationship between plasma sheet and tail lobe ion composition; and (3) possible effects of heavy terrestrial ions on plasma sheet stability.
Keywords: CREEP PROPERTIES; CALIBRATING; COMPUTER PROGRAMS; HIGH TEMPERATURE; INFERENCE; DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS; INCONEL (TRADEMARK); MECHANICAL PROPERTIES; STANDARD DEVIATION; STATISTICAL ANALYSIS; TEMPERATURE EFFECTS; THERMAL FATIGUE; AXIOMS
|MIT 6.041 Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied Probability, Fall 2010|
Welcome to 6.041/6.431, a subject on the modeling and analysis of random phenomena and processes, including the basics of statistical inference. Nowadays, there is broad consensus that the ability to think probabilistically is a fundamental component of scientific literacy. For example: The concept of statistical significance (to be touched upon at the end of this course) is considered by the Financial Times as one of "The Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Science"...
Keywords: probability; probability models; bayes rule; discrete random variables; continuous random variables; bernoulli process; poisson process; markov chains; central limit theorem; statistical inference
|Data catalog series for space science and applications flight missions. Volume 3B: Descriptions of data sets from low- and medium-altitude scientific spacecraft and investigations - NON|
The main purpose of the data catalog series is to provide descriptive references to data generated by space science flight missions. The data sets described include all of the actual holdings of the Space Science Data Center (NSSDC), all data sets for which direct contact information is available, and some data collections held and serviced by foreign investigators, NASA and other U.S. government agencies...
Keywords: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE; FAULT TREES; INFERENCE; PROTOTYPES; STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS; COMPUTER PROGRAMS; EXPERT SYSTEMS; FAIL-SAFE SYSTEMS; FAILURE MODES; FLIGHT CONTROL; KNOWLEDGE BASES (ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE); OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING; CIRCUITS
|Signature in the cell explained - Stephen Meyer|
The Signature in the cell explained by Stephen Meyer. An introduction to the scientific theory of intelligent design. Design inference from genetic information.
Keywords: Signature in the cell; Stephen C Meyer; intelligent design; science; scientific theory; design hypothesis; inference of design; Evolution; Creation; Darwinism; Creationism; origin of life; Charles Darwin; biology; irreducible complexity; design inference, genetic information, evidence; fine-tuning; intelligence; methodological naturalism; materialism, scientific method; philosophy of science
|The Ancient Landmark Radio Program - Mon 6/11/12 - Jarrod Jacobs|
In this episode of "The Ancient Landmark", we study again about estanishing Bible authority. In this study, we look at "how" authority is established, and go to the Bible to see it is done by direct command/statement, apostolic approved examples, and necessary inference.
Keywords: God; Jesus; Christ; Holy Spirit; Bible; Book; Word; Truth; Scripture; Old Testament; New Testament; Noah; Ark; Genesis; Acts; Peter; Paul; Barnabas; James; Amos; Command; Statement; Example; Apostolic; Necessary Inference; Corinthians; Lord's Supper; Bread; Fruit of the Vine
|Planetary-Scale Inertio Gravity Waves in the Numerical Spectral Model - Mayr, H. G.|
In the polar region of the upper mesosphere, horizontal wind oscillations have been observed with periods around 10 hours. Waves with such a period are generated in our Numerical Spectral Model (NSM), and they are identified as planetary-scale inertio gravity waves (IGW). These IGWs have periods between 9 and 11 hours and appear above 60 km in the zonal mean (m = 0), as well as in zonal wavenumbers m = 1 to 4...
Keywords: NONLINEARITY; ALGORITHMS; TIME SERIES ANALYSIS; CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM; NOISE (SOUND); VECTORS (MATHEMATICS); COUPLED MODES; PARAMETERIZATION; BAYES THEOREM; OSCILLATORS; STOCHASTIC PROCESSES; PHYSIOLOGY; NONLINEAR EQUATIONS; INFERENCE; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; DEGREES OF FREEDOM; DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
|On the theory and methods of statistical inference - Smith, G. L|
Bayesian estimation, decision theory, least squares method, maximum likelihood, and other mathematical techniques of statistical inference theory
Keywords: BAYES THEOREM; BAYESIAN STATISTICS; LEAST SQUARES METHOD; MATHEMATICAL MODEL; STATISTICAL DECISION THEORY; DECISION THEORY; ESTIMATING; INFERENCE; LEAST SQUARES METHOD; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATES; STATISTICAL ANALYSIS; STATISTICAL DECISION THEORY
|MIT 6.034 F10 Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2010 - MIT OpenCourseWare|
In these lectures, Prof. Patrick Winston introduces the 6.034 material from a conceptual, big-picture perspective. Topics include reasoning, search, constraints, learning, representations, architectures, and probabilistic inference. In these mega-recitations, teaching assistant Mark Seifter works through problems from previous exams in a lecture-style setting. Students are asked to participate, and emphasis is placed on being able to work the algorithms by hand.
Keywords: artificial intelligence; patrick winston; search; machine learning; representation; architecture; constraint; probability; inference; rule based system; search; minimax; neural net; support vector machine; boosting; near miss; artificial intelligence; mark seifter; patrick winston
|The Ancient Landmark Radio Program - Wed 6/27/2012 - Jarrod Jacobs|
In this radio broadcast, we continue with part 3 in a series studying Bible authority. In this study, we talk about the differences between "general" and "specific" authority as noted in Scripture.
Keywords: God; Jesus; Christ; Holy Spirit; Bible; Book; Word; Truth; Scripture; Old Testament; New Testament; Command; Statement; Apostolic; Example; Necessary Inference; Conclusion; General; Specific; Authority; Power; Permission; Genesis; Noah; Ark; Gopher; Wood; Flood; Lord's Supper; Baptism; Baptistery; Sing; Song; Ephesians; Colossians; Instruments; Music; Teach; Timothy; Mark; Matthew; Preach; Gospel
|DJ PulseID's Netlabel Music PodCast no.10 [ponmp010] - DJ PulseID|
Bi-weekly podcast by DJ PulseID for ON-Mix Music. 01. Chooko - Boogeyman Sonata I - Largo (Boogeyman Sonata EP) 02. ZZZZZ - Don't Look at the DJ, Just Dance (Disco Bowling) 03. Inference - My Life In An Oilcan (Reference) 04. Tom Fahy - Listening For Nicks Feet (The Gradual Riddle) 05. Brendan Philip - XI (NewMyrrhEl$) 06. Ekim - Triple 10 (Mr. DeVo!'s hit it hard mix) 07. Jason Prine - Up and Down (Frenetic Beats Action Sequence Mix) 08...
Keywords: DJ PulseID; ZZZZZ; Chooko; Inference; Tom Fahy; Brendan Philip; Ekim; Jason Prine; Jim Tersol; Shinichi Yamamura; AAAHHHRCHESTRA; Stable Mechanism; Ubik; M J Brothers; , Bran Lanen; Cleymoore; F5; Hirobleep; Colab; Cof Cof; Purple Hearts; podcast; electronic; ambient; acoustic; experimental; drum & bass; dub; jazz; alternative; rock; ON-Mix Music
|Eben Moglen - Freedom Businesses Protect Privacy (2007 MySQL Conference & Expo)|
In this keynote, Eben Moglen asks what society is building together in regards to privacy and user data in the 21st century and what to do about it. "Is the process of knowing our insides the commercial asset in highest demand for the next 100 years?" Or are we building a culture in which the technology that we love enforces for us the privacy we love?" https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Freedom_Businesses_Protect_Privacy
Keywords: 2007; Eben Moglen; data mining; technology; heuristics; Free Software; Stone Age; Stone Age culture; human soul; carbon; carbon-based life; aggregated data; memory palaces; Europeans; early Europeans; Paris; China; Jesuit; missionary; Matteo Ricci; facts; figures; events; places; times; photograph; Edison; autonomy; anonymity; private; CCTV; survelliance; cell phones; post-privacy; voluntary; governments; corporations; advertisers; Bayesian; spam; thought control; social control; privacy; GPL; GPLv3; Microsoft; Google; Facebook; MySpace; Flickr; table row; database; 21 century; secret police; defense contractors; cloud; computing; social platform; the Cloud; Mt. Everest; Everest; sherpa; stories; story; MySQL; Bluetooth; democracy; capitalism; Free culture; World Wide Web; Richard Stallman; Free Hardware; Free Bandwidth; websites; browser; local storage; software as a service; commercial use; terms of service; inference; custody of information; Bailment; English Law; Roman Law; pawn; saxophones; politics; digital information